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CCC Dean Serving as President of Gloucester Township Rotary Club


Camden County College’s dean of communications and enrollment development is serving as president of the Gloucester Township Rotary Club for the 2011-12 term.


Rosemary Schamp of Pine Hill joined Rotary five years ago as a representative of the College. She says Rotary is an active participant in the Gloucester Township community and is always seeking new members with a variety of personal, educational and professional backgrounds.


“The club lends support for many of the local youth organizations, gives dictionaries to third-graders throughout the township, provides scholarships to high school graduates and develops leadership in youth through the Interact clubs at Highland and Timber Creek high schools,” she says. “Two years ago, the club successfully sponsored a local graduate for a Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarship – which led to a year of graduate studies abroad for that student.”


Founded in 1905, Rotary is recognized as the world’s first volunteer service organization. Its motto, “Service Above Self,” conveys the humanitarian spirit of the organization’s more than 1.2 million members worldwide. Schamp says strong fellowship develops among Rotarians and notes that the Clubs’ universal causes include a commitment to ending polio worldwide, encouraging high ethical standards among all vocations, supporting education, working toward the alleviation of poverty and bringing about peace through the improvement of health.


Schamp has been at Camden County College for 11 years. She oversees the development and distribution of marketing and enrollment development communications, including print, audio, video, broadcast, online and social media materials


Before joining the CCC staff, Schamp was a regional manager in the bulk energy sales and marketing area of Conectiv Energy Supply in Newark, Del. During that time, she spent a year as a member of the Camden County College Foundation Board of Directors. She holds a bachelor of science degree from Rutgers University and a master of business administration degree from Drexel University.

Published: November 17, 2011